When we talk about the budget crisis and what fewer resources for Kansas City looks like it's hard for people to contemplate what that looks like because of constant complaining about local institutions.
And so . . . Here's a worthwhile example that deserves a look . . .
A DEAD KANSAS CITY HIT & RUN VICTIM LINGERED ON THE ROAD FOR TWO DAYS BEFORE AUTHORITIES SCOOPED HIM UP!!!
Context: Most people don't allow dead squirrels to stay in the street for that long in their neighborhood.
Here's the aftermath of an "accident" that has been downgraded from vehicular homicide . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) - Police in Kansas City, Missouri, believe the victim of a fatal hit-and-run crash was left lying on the side of a street for more than 48 hours before he was found. No arrests have been made in the accident that happened just after midnight Friday near Emanuel Cleaver II Boulevard and Elmwood Avenue.